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20120913 Grindelwald from road between Grosse Scheidegg and First
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Panorama on mid September cold day of Eiger and Grindelwald, taken from road between Grosse Scheidegg and First during my 25km training run - after Sun race - World Championship in long distance mountain running - the Jungfrau Marathon. On the right side of Eiger there can be seen the finishing area on Kleine Scheidegg at 2100m - Today under snow cover, while during Sun it was there 20°C. Made with my Nokia 700.
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Uploaded: 13/09/2012
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